> this is too blanket :-) 
> e.g. in this particular case it suffices to manually remove 
> SAGE_LOCAL/share/gap 
> and rebuild gap spkg 
> (and then run make, naturally...) 
>
>
Great, thanks!  Apparently that sufficed.
 

> Certainly there is never a guarantee that a "git pull"+"make" would 
> just work, as 
> the current state could be beyond repair... 
>
>
Yes, of course!  In this case I had a working Sage install at beta1 or 
beta2, though.

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